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Welcome to the Class 6 Exam Preparation Study Plan! This comprehensive guide is designed to help class 6 students prepare effectively for their exams in Mathematics, Science, Social Science, and English. We'll break down the 180 days leading up to your exams into a structured weekly plan, ensuring that you cover all the necessary subjects and topics.

Science Syllabus

  • Components of Food
  • Sorting Materials into Groups
  • Separation of Substances
  • Getting to Know Plants
  • Body Movements
  • The Living Organisms - Characteristics & Habitats
  • Motion and Measurement of Distances
  • Light, Shadow, and Reflections
  • Electricity and Circuits
  • Fun with Magnets
  • Air around Us

Mathematics Syllabus

  • Knowing Our Numbers
  • Whole Numbers
  • Playing with Numbers
  • Basic Geometrical Ideas
  • Understanding Elementary Shapes
  • Integers
  • Fractions
  • Decimals
  • Data Handling
  • Mensuration
  • Algebra
  • Ratio and Proportion

Social Science Syllabus


History:
  • What, Where, How and When?
  • From Hunting-Gathering to Growing Food
  • In the Earliest Cities
  • What Books and Burials Tell us
  • Kingdoms, Kings and an Early Republic
  • New Questions and Ideas
  • From a Kingdom to an Empire
  • Villages, Towns, and Trade
  • New Empires and Kingdoms
  • Buildings, Paintings, and Books

Social and Political Life (Civics):

  • Understanding Diversity
  • Diversity and Discrimination
  • What is Government?
  • Panchayati Raj
  • Rural Administration
  • Urban Administration
  • Rural Livelihoods
  • Urban Livelihoods

The Earth: Our Habitat (Geography):

  • The Earth in the Solar System
  • Globe: Latitudes and Longitudes
  • Motions of the Earth
  • Maps
  • Major Domains of the Earth
  • Our Country - India

English Syllabus (Books: Honeysuckle and A Pact with the Sun)

Book: Honeysuckle :

  • Who Did Patrick's Homework
  • Poem - A House, A Home
  • How the Dog Found Himself a Master!
  • Poem - The Kite
  • Taro's Reward
  • Poem - The Quarrel
  • An Indian-American Woman in Space: Kalpana Chawla
  • Poem - Beauty
  • A Different Kind of School
  • Poem - Where Do All Teachers Go?
  • Who I Am
  • Poem - The Wonderful Words
  • Fair Play
  • Poem - Vocation
  • The Banyan Tree
Book: A Pact with the Sun:
  • A Tale of Two Birds
  • The Friendly Mongoose
  • The Shepherd's Treasure
  • Tansen
  • The Monkey and the Crocodile
  • The Wonder Called Sleep
  • A Pact with the Sun

Grammar for Class 6:

  • Introduction to Sentences
  • The Parts of Speech
  • Noun
  • Pronouns
  • Adjectives
  • Determiners
  • Tenses
  • Degrees of Comparison
  • Modals
  • Verbs
  • Adverb
  • Prepositions
  • Conjunctions
  • Interjections
  • Punctuation
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Error Correction & Omissions
  • Rearrangement of Words (Jumbled Words)
  • Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passages)
  • Writing Skills
  • Letter Writing
  • Notice Writing
  • Story Writing
  • Subject-Verb Agreement
  • Framing Questions
  • Applied Grammar
  • Reading Skills
  • Essay Writing

Be sure to explore additional resources and practice materials provided through the following links:

Weekly Breakdown

You have 180 days to study and learn different subjects like Math, Science, Social Science, and English. We want to make a plan to use these days wisely.
First, we'll divide these 180 days into smaller parts, each lasting for two weeks. So, we have several two-week chunks to work with.
In each two-week chunk, we have different subjects to study: Math, Science, Social Science, and English. Here's how we'll break it down:

  • Math: We'll spend 3 days learning about one Math topic. 
  • Science: Just like Math, we'll spend 3 days on each Science topic. 
  • Social Science: We'll spend 2 days on each Social Science topic. 
  • English: For English, we'll focus on one topic each day. This could be reading a story or a poem, practicing grammar, or improving our vocabulary.

Now, here's the cool part! After we've spent time learning all these subjects over two weeks, we'll have 1 day left at the end of each two-week chunk. That day is for something very important: revision.

  • Revision means going back and looking at what we've learned. It's like a quick recap to make sure we remember everything. So, we'll use that 1 day to review all the things we've studied in those two weeks.
  • And that's our plan! We'll repeat this pattern for 180 days, with each two-week chunk covering different subjects, and always making time for revision to make our learning even stronger. This way, we'll become really good at Math, Science, Social Science, and English! 

Week 1-2

  • Day 1: Mathematics - Understanding Whole Numbers
  • Day 2: Mathematics - Understanding Whole Numbers
  • Day 3: Mathematics - Understanding Whole Numbers
  • Day 4: Science - Components of Food
  • Day 5: Science - Components of Food
  • Day 6: Science - Components of Food
  • Day 7: Social Science - What, Where, How, and When
  • Day 8: Social Science - What, Where, How, and When
  • Day 9: English - Who Did Patrick's Homework
  • Day 10: English - A House, A Home
  • Day 11: English - How the Dog Found Himself a Master!
  • Day 12: English - Poem - The Kite
  • Day 13-14: Revision - Review all topics studied.

Tip: Create flashcards for important definitions and formulas in Mathematics and Science. Make summary notes for English and Social Science chapters.

Week 3-4

  • Day 15: Science - Sorting Materials into Groups
  • Day 16: Science - Sorting Materials into Groups
  • Day 17: Science - Sorting Materials into Groups
  • Day 18: English - Taro's Reward
  • Day 19: Social Science - From Hunting-Gathering to Growing Food
  • Day 20: Social Science - From Hunting-Gathering to Growing Food
  • Day 21: Mathematics - Playing with Numbers
  • Day 22: Mathematics - Playing with Numbers
  • Day 23: Mathematics - Playing with Numbers
  • Day 24: English - Poem - The Quarrel
  • Day 25: English - An Indian-American Woman in Space: Kalpana Chawla
  • Day 26: English - Poem - Beauty
  • Day 27-28: Revision - Revisit key concepts and practice problems.

Tip: Use mnemonic devices to remember scientific classifications in Science, and practice math problems daily.

Week 5-6

  • Day 29: English - A Different Kind of School
  • Day 30: Social Science - In the Earliest Cities
  • Day 31: Social Science - In the Earliest Cities
  • Day 32: Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas
  • Day 33: Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas
  • Day 34: Mathematics - Basic Geometrical Ideas
  • Day 35: Science - Separation of Substances
  • Day 36: Science - Separation of Substances
  • Day 37: Science - Separation of Substances
  • Day 38: English - Poem - Where Do All Teachers Go?
  • Day 39: Social Science - What Books and Burials Tell us
  • Day 40: English - Who I Am
  • Day 41: Revision - Consolidate knowledge and work on sample questions.

Tip: Make use of real-world examples to understand geometric shapes, and read English chapters aloud for better comprehension.

Week 7-8

  • Day 42: Social Science - Kingdoms, Kings, and an Early Republic
  • Day 43: Social Science - Kingdoms, Kings, and an Early Republic
  • Day 44: Mathematics - Understanding Integers
  • Day 45: Mathematics - Understanding Integers
  • Day 46: Mathematics - Understanding Integers
  • Day 47: Science - Getting to Know Plants
  • Day 48: Science - Getting to Know Plants
  • Day 49: Science - Getting to Know Plants
  • Day 50: English - The Wonderful Words
  • Day 51: Social Science - New Questions and Ideas
  • Day 52: Social Science - New Questions and Ideas
  • Day 53: Mathematics - Fractions
  • Day 54: Mathematics - Fractions
  • Day 55: Mathematics - Fractions
  • Day 56: Revision - Focus on problem-solving and understanding historical events.

Tip: Create a timeline for historical events in Social Science and practice integer operations for Mathematics.

Week 9-10

  • Day 57: English - Fair Play
  • Day 58: Science - Body Movements
  • Day 59: Science - Body Movements
  • Day 60: Science - Body Movements
  • Day 61: Mathematics - Decimals
  • Day 62: Mathematics - Decimals
  • Day 63: Mathematics - Decimals
  • Day 64: Social Science - From a Kingdom to an Empire
  • Day 65: Social Science - From a Kingdom to an Empire
  • Day 66: English - Poem - Vocation
  • Day 67: Social Science - Villages, Towns, and Trade
  • Day 68: Social Science - Villages, Towns, and Trade
  • Day 69: English: The Banyan Tree
  • Day 70: Revision - Revisit Science diagrams and practice decimal calculations.

Tip: Make flashcards for new English vocabulary words and practice converting fractions to decimals.

Week 11-12

  • Day 71: Science - The Living Organisms - Characteristics & Habitats
  • Day 72: Science - The Living Organisms - Characteristics & Habitats
  • Day 73: Science - The Living Organisms - Characteristics & Habitats
  • Day 74: English - A Tale of Two Birds (A Pact with the Sun)
  • Day 75: Social Science - Buildings, Paintings, and Books
  • Day 76: Social Science - Buildings, Paintings, and Books
  • Day 77: Mathematics - Data Handling
  • Day 78: Mathematics - Data Handling
  • Day 79: Mathematics - Data Handling
  • Day 80: Social Science - New Empires and Kingdoms
  • Day 81: Social Science - New Empires and Kingdoms
  • Day 82: English - The Friendly Mongoose (A Pact with the Sun)
  • Day 83: English - The Shepherd's Treasure (A Pact with the Sun)
  • Day 84: Revision - Summarize key concepts and solve practice papers.

Tip: Create mind maps for Science concepts and practice data representation in Mathematics.

Week 13-14

  • Day 85: English - Tansen (A Pact with the Sun)
  • Day 86: Social Science - Buildings, Paintings, and Books
  • Day 87: Social Science - Buildings, Paintings, and Books
  • Day 88: Mathematics - Mensuration
  • Day 89: Mathematics - Mensuration
  • Day 90: Mathematics - Mensuration
  • Day 91: Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances
  • Day 92: Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances
  • Day 93: Science - Motion and Measurement of Distances
  • Day 94: Social Science - Understanding Diversity 
  • Day 95: Social Science - Understanding Diversity 
  • Day 96: Social Science - Diversity and Discrimination
  • Day 97: Social Science - Diversity and Discrimination
  • Day 98: Revision - Work on your weak areas and practice reading comprehension.

Tip: Use real-life measurements for Mensuration practice and understand the importance of administration in Social Science.

Week 15-16

  • Day 99: Social Science - What is Government? 
  • Day 100: Social Science - What is Government? 
  • Day 101: Mathematics - Algebra
  • Day 102: Mathematics - Algebra
  • Day 103: Mathematics - Algebra
  • Day 104: Science - Light, Shadow, and Reflections
  • Day 105: Science - Light, Shadow, and Reflections
  • Day 106: Science - Light, Shadow, and Reflections
  • Day 107: English - The Monkey and the Crocodile
  • Day 108: Social Science - Panchayati Raj 
  • Day 109: Mathematics - Ratio and Proportion
  • Day 110: Mathematics - Ratio and Proportion
  • Day 111: English: The Wonder Called Sleep
  • Day 112: Revision - Focus on formula-based subjects and essay writing.

Tip: Practice algebraic equations in Mathematics and perform simple experiments with light for better Science understanding.

Week 17-18

  • Day 113: English - A Pact with the Sun
  • Day 114: English - Introduction to Sentences
  • Day 115: English - Introduction to Sentences
  • Day 116: Science - Electricity and Circuits
  • Day 117: Science - Electricity and Circuits
  • Day 118: Science - Electricity and Circuits
  • Day 119: Social Science - Rural Administration 
  • Day 120: Social Science - Rural Administration 
  • Day 121: English - Grammar - The Parts of Speech
  • Day 122: Science - Fun with Magnets
  • Day 123: Science - Fun with Magnets
  • Day 124: Science - Fun with Magnets
  • Day 125: English - Grammar - Noun
  • Day 126: Revision - Go through English grammar rules and Science experiments.

Tip: Understand the concepts of circuits and magnets practically, and practice sentence formation in English.

Week 19-20

  • Day 127: Social Science - Urban Administration 
  • Day 128: Social Science - Urban Administration 
  • Day 129: English - Pronouns
  • Day 130: Science - Air around Us
  • Day 131: Science - Air around Us
  • Day 132: Science - Air around Us
  • Day 133: English - Adjectives
  • Day 134: Social Science - Rural Livelihoods 
  • Day 135: Social Science - Rural Livelihoods 
  • Day 136: English - Determiners
  • Day 137: English - Tenses
  • Day 138: English - Degrees of Comparison
  • Day 139: English - Modals
  • Day 140: Revision - Revise Science diagrams and practice modals in English.

Tip: Learn about Earth's movements in Social Science and understand verb tenses in English.

Week 21-22

  • Day 141: English - Verb
  • Day 142: Social Science - Urban Livelihoods
  • Day 143: Social Science - Urban Livelihoods
  • Day 144: English - Adverb
  • Day 145: English - Prepositions
  • Day 146: English - Conjunctions
  • Day 147: Social Science - The Earth in the Solar System
  • Day 148: Social Science - The Earth in the Solar System
  • Day 149: English - Interjections
  • Day 150: Social Science - Globe: Latitudes and Longitudes
  • Day 151: Social Science - Globe: Latitudes and Longitudes
  • Day 152: English - Punctuation
  • Day 153: English - Active and Passive Voice
  • Day 154: Revision - Focus on English grammar and map geography concepts.

Tip: Practice identifying adverbs in English sentences and understand Earth's domains in Social Science.

Week 23-24

  • Day 155: English - Error Correction & Omissions
  • Day 156: English: Rearrangement of Words (Jumbled Words)
  • Day 157: English - Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Day 158: English - Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Day 159: English - Reading Comprehension (Unseen Passages)
  • Day 160: English - Writing Skills
  • Day 161: English - Letter Writing
  • Day 162: English - Notice Writing
  • Day 163: English - Story Writing
  • Day 164: English - Subject-Verb Agreement
  • Day 165: English - Framing Questions
  • Day 166: Social Science - Motions of the Earth
  • Day 167: Social Science - Motions of the Earth
  • Day 168: Revision - Revise grammar concepts and practice punctuation.

Tip: Explore hands-on magnet experiments for better understanding and review English grammar rules.

Week 25-26

  • Day 169: English - Applied Grammar
  • Day 170: English - Applied Grammar
  • Day 171: English - Reading Skills
  • Day 172: English - Essay Writing
  • Day 173: Social Science - Maps
  • Day 174: Social Science - Maps
  • Day 175: Social Science - Major Domains of the Earth
  • Day 176: Social Science - Major Domains of the Earth
  • Day 177: Social Science - Our Country - India
  • Day 178: Social Science - Our Country - India
  • Day 179 - 180: Revision - Focus on weak areas and practice problem-solving.

Tip: Dedicate this week to complete any pending English topics and address specific challenges.

Subject-Specific Tips


Mathematics
  • Practice daily to strengthen your problem-solving skills.
  • Create formula sheets for quick reference.
  • Use visual aids for geometry and mensuration concepts.
Science
  • Conduct simple experiments to understand scientific principles.
  • Make use of diagrams and illustrations to remember complex concepts.
  • Review key terms and classifications regularly.
Social Science (SST)
  • Create timelines and maps for historical events and geographical concepts.
  • Understand the administration systems in rural and urban areas.
  • Relate historical events to the present.
English
  • Read English chapters aloud for better comprehension.
  • Practice grammar rules regularly.
  • Write essays and letters to improve writing skills.
Revision
Revision is a crucial part of your Class 6 exam preparation. Here's a strategy to effectively revise all the subjects covered in the 180-day study plan:

Why Revision Matters

  • Revision helps reinforce what you've learned.
  • It boosts your memory and confidence.
  • It's the key to acing your exams!

How to Revise Effectively

1. Regular Reviews

  • Review your notes and flashcards regularly.
  • Schedule short daily or weekly revision sessions.
2. Practice Tests
  • Take practice tests from provided links.
  • Work on sample papers and past year papers.
3. Mind Maps
  • Create visual mind maps for complex topics.
  • Use colors and drawings to make them memorable.
4. Flashcards
  • Make flashcards for important definitions and formulas.
  • Use them for quick, on-the-go revision.
5. Group Study
  • Study with classmates and explain topics to each other.
  • It helps you understand better and learn from each other.
6. Teach Someone
  • Teach a family member or friend what you've learned.
  • Teaching reinforces your knowledge.
7. Practice Problems
  • For math and science, practice problems regularly.
  • Focus on the areas where you need more practice.
8. Summarize
  • Make summary notes for each subject.
  • Summarizing helps you remember key points.
9. Ask Questions
  • Don't hesitate to ask your teachers or parents for help.
  • Clear your doubts to study effectively.

Given below are all the links mentioned in the study plan, organized under suitable headers:
General Study Resources:

Mathematics Resources:

Science Resources:

Social Science (SST) Resources:

English Resources:

These resources will complement your study plan and help you excel in your Class 6 exams. 

Good luck with your studies!

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